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Arts fun for students

PUBLISHED: 15:43 16 July 2008 | UPDATED: 09:13 12 August 2010

DISABLED college students enjoyed a week of animal fun and creative arts with painting exhibitions and demonstrations by exotic animal keepers. Youngsters at Nash College, Croydon Road, Bromley, were given the chance to handle snakes, tarantulas and liza

DISABLED college students enjoyed a week of animal fun and creative arts with painting exhibitions and demonstrations by exotic animal keepers.

Youngsters at Nash College, Croydon Road, Bromley, were given the chance to handle snakes, tarantulas and lizards as well as being treated to theatre productions, sports activities and dance events.

The Arts and Diversity Week lasted from July 14 to July 21. Resource Manager at the college, Brenda Troughton, , said: "The Arts Week is a very special time for all of us connected with Nash. It's a time of relaxation for our students as well as an expression of gratitude from the staff for all our students' hard work and achievements during the year.


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